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Army. By Francis S. Drake. Portrait. 8vo, cloth, uncut.

Bost. 1873

* One of 300 copies printed. Inserted is 2-page folio, L. S.,
by Henry Knox, to the Gov. of Georgia, dated War Depart-
ment, May 23, 1793. Interesting letter containing instruc-
tions from the President of the U. S. to the Governor of
Georgia, relative to the capture of foreign vessels within
American waters by a vessel of another power.

589. LADIES OF THE WHITE HOUSE (Halloway),
Phila. 1881; The Republican Court (Griswold), N. Y. 1867;
Notable New Yorkers. N. Y., n. d. ; and another. Together 4
vols., various sizes and bindings.

590. LAFAYETTE IN BROOKLYN (Whitman), N. Y.
1905; Thackeray's Haunts and Homes (Crowe), N. Y. 1897;
In Black and White (Kipling), Lond., n. d., and others. To
gether 7 vols. 8vo and 12mo, various bindings.

591. LAMB AND HAZLITT. Lond. 1900; The True Life
of Sir Richard F. Burton. Lond. 1896; Richard Steele (Dob-
son), N. Y. 1886; and others. Together 5 vols. 12mo, cloth.

592. LAMB, (MARTHA J.). History of the City of New
York: its Origin, Rise and Progress. Profusely illustrated.
2 vols. royal 8vo, half red levant morocco, gilt tops, uncut.

* A. L. S. from the author inserted. N. Y. 1877

593. LANMAN (CHARLES). The Red Book of Michi-
gan; A Civil, Military and Biographical History. 8vo, cloth.

Detroit, 1871

594. LANMAN (CHARLES). Biographical Annals of the
Civil Government of the United States, during the First
Century. From original and official Sources. Royal 8vo,
half morocco. Wash. 1876

595. LARK (THE). Nos. 1-24, May 1895 to April 1897.
Illustrated. 2 vols. 12mo, cloth, uncut.

San Francisco, 1896-97

596. LARNED (J. N.). The Literature of the American
History. A Bibliographical Guide. Edited for the Ameri-
can Library Association. 8vo, cloth. Bost. 1902

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. 597. LAW AND LAWYERS. 2 vols. Phila. 1841 ; Judges
of England (Foss), 2 vols. 1848; Bench and Bar in Cal-
ifornia (Shuck), San Francisco, 1888; and others. Together
9 vols., various sizes and bindings.

598. LAWYERS ALCOVE. N. Y. 1900 ; Bench and Bar
of Missouri (Bay), St. Louis, 1878; Memoirs of the Rhode
Island Bar (Updike), Bost. 1842; and others. Together 7
vols. 8vo and 12mo, cloth and sheep.

599. LEAKE (ISAAC Q.). Memoir of the Life and Times
of General John Lamb, an Officer of the Revolution. Portrait
and Maps. 8vo, cloth. Albany, 1857

* Inserted is a 1 p. A. D. S. by John Lamb, dated July 7th,
1788.

600. LEE (CHARLES). Memoirs of the Life of the Late
Charles Lee, Second in Command in the Service of the United
States of America during the Revolution. With his political
and Military Essays and Letters. FIRST EDITION. 8vo, calf.

Lond. 1792

601. LEE (FITZHUGH). General Lee. Portrait. 12mo,
cloth, gilt top. N. Y. 1894

* A. L. S. OF EGBERT E. LEE INSERTED.

602. LEE (GEN. CHARLES). Proceedings of a General
Court-Martial held at Brunswick, in the State of New Jersey,
by order of His Excellency Gen. Washington, for the trial of
Major-General Lee. July 4th, 1778. Major-General Lord
Stirling, President. 8vo, half blue levant morocco, gilt edges.

N. Y. : Privately Reprinted, 1864

* Only 100 copies printed. Inserted is a fine copper-plate
portrait of Charles Lee, from the ' ' Impartial History. ' '

603. LEE (HENRY, " Light Horse Harry," Gov. of Va.).
D. S. on vellum, one page, folio. Richmond, May 31, 1793.
Land grant

604. LEE (HENRY) . Memoirs of the War in the Southern
Department of the United States. A New Edition, with Re-
visions, and a Biography of the Author, by Robert E. Lee.
Map, portraits and views. 8vo, cloth (binding spotted).

N. Y. 1870

605. LEE (RICHARD HENRY, President of Continental
Congress). A. L. S., 1 p. folio. Baltimore, Jan. 17th, 1777.

* Fine letter, but unaddressed. It reads in part : ' ' We
have not heard from General Washington since the 5th itistant
when he was at Morris Town in West Jersey, about 20 miles
from Brunswick where the enemy keep their head quarters.
But a Gentleman who arrived here yesterday, and who passed
thro our army at Morris Town on the 8th says the men were
in high spirits that the Jersey militia had many skirmishes
with the British troops and always beat them," etc.

606. LEE (ROBERT E.). Robert E. Lee and the Southern
Confederacy, 1807-70. By Henry A. White. Portraits, maps
<ni<1 illustrations. 12mo, half morocco, gilt, gilt top, uncut, by
Stikeman. N. Y. 1898

* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 38 additional por-

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traits and 8 AUTOGRAPH LETTERS, including L. S. of E. E. Lee,
1865, relating to the Army of N. V.; A. L. S. by Alex H.
Stephens to Gen. Wilcox, referring to Gen. Taylor, also letters
by Generals Curtis, J. E. Johnston, G. D. H. Hill, F. J. Porter,
McClellan and Eeverdy Johnson.

607. LEE AT APPOMATTOX (Adams), Bost. 1902; Es-
says on the Civil War and Reconstruction and Belated Topics
(Dunning), N. Y. 1898; The Civil War and the Constitution
1859-1865. 2 vols. (Burgess). N. Y. 1901. Together 4
vols. 12mo, cloth.

608. LELAND (CHARLES GODFREY). ORIGINAL
MANUSCRIPT of "The Wedding Trip of Jarl Alvar Rafn."
9 pp. 12mo, inlaid on 5 4to sheets. With portrait.

* A wild ballad of the Norse pirates, written in Leland 's
lively but somewhat coarse style. Apparently unpublished.

609. LIBRARY OF AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY. Con-
ducted by Jared Sparks. Portraits. Second Series. 12 vols.
12mo, cloth. Bost. 1844-47

610. LIBRARY OF HISTORIC CHARACTERS and Fam-
ous Events of all Nations and all Ages. Edited by A. R. Spof-
ford, F. Weitenkampf, and J. P. Lamberton. Portraits and
numerous illustrations. 12 vols. royal 8vo, half leather, gilt
tops (slightly rubbed). Phila. 1896

* Standard edition.

611. LIFE AND CAREER OF ANDRE (Sargent), Bost.
1856; Life of Van Buren (Crockett), Phila. 1835; Suppressed
History of the Administration of John Adams (Sherburne),
Phila. 1846. Together 3 vols. 12mo, cloth

612. LIFE and Letters of Joseph Story (W. Story), 2 vols.
Bost. 1851; The Life of John Randolph (Garland), N. Y.
1857; Journal of William Maclay (E. Maelay), N. Y. 1890.
Together 4 vols. 8vo, cloth.

613. LIFE AND WRITINGS of B. R. Curtis (Curtis),
2 vols. Bost. 1879; Memoir of R. B. Taney (Tyler), Bait.
1872; Life of Senator Morris (Morris), Cinn. 1856. Together
4 vols. 8vo, cloth.

614. LIFE AND WRITINGS of De Quincey (Page), 2
vols. N. Y. 1877; Personal Recollections of Notable People
(Tuckerman), 2 vols. Lond. 1895; The Morror of the Cen-
tury (Lord), Lond. 1906. Together 5 vols. 8vo, cloth.

615. LIFE OF Andrew Jackson (Parton), 3 vols. Bost.,
n. d. ; Israel Putnam (Livingston), N. Y. 1901; Alexander
Hamilton (Oliver), Lond. 1906; Together 5 vols. 8vo, cloth.

616. LIFE OF JOSHUA R. GIDDINGS (Julian), Chicago,
1892; My Day Reminiscences of a Long Life (Pryor), N. Y.
1909; General Thomas (Coppee), N. Y. 1893. Together 3
vols. 8vo and 12mo, cloth..

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617. LIFE of Michael Angelo (Grimm), 2 yols. Bost. 1865 ;
Jean-Francois Millet (Sensier), Lond. 1881; Five Great
Painters of the Victorian Era (Bayliss), Lond. 1902. To-
gether 4 vols. 8vo, cloth.

618. LIFE of Simon Sterne (Ford), Lond. 1903; Life
Sketches of State Officers, Senators and Members of Assembly
of New York (Harlow and Boone), Albany, 1867; Making of
an American (Riis), N. Y. 1903; and 2 others. Together 5
vols. 8vo, cloth.

619. LIGHTS and Shadows of a Long Episcopate (Whip-
pie), N. Y. 1899; Life and Public Services of Edwin M. Stan-
ton (Gorham), 2 vols. Bost. 1899 ; The Life of Hon Nathaniel
Chipman. (D. Chipman), Bost. 1846. Together 4 vols. 8vo,
cloth.

620. LINCOLN (ABRAHAM). Autograph Document, en-
tirely in the handwriting of Abraham Lincoln. Draft of a
legal document containing 26 lines, written on a sheet of
foolscap size. The dates in the body are 1842 and 1843; it
probably was written at about that time.

621. LINCOLN (ABRAHAM). The Promise of the Dec-
laration of Independence : Eulogy on Abraham Lincoln, June
1, 1865. By Charles Sumner. 8vo, half morocco, gilt back,
original front cover with Presentation Inscription by the
Author, inserted. Bost. 1865

* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 24 portraits and
views, including portrait of Washington in uniform, eng. by
Tanner after Savage; stipple portrait of Thos. Jefferson, and

an ORIGINAL SEPIA DRAWING OF A VIEW IN NEW YORK ClTY,

showing the Biblehouse, Cooper Institute and Tompkins Market.

622. LINCOLN (ABRAHAM). The Life and Public Ser-
vices of Abraham Lincoln, together with his State Papers.
By Henry J. Raymond. Thick 8vo, half morocco, gilt top
(slightly rubbed). N. Y. 1865

* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of an A. N. S. by the
Author, and 34 interesting portraits and plates.

623. LINCOLN (ABRAHAM). The Life of Abraham
Lincoln. By Isaac N. Arnold. Portrait. 8vo, half blue
levant morocco, gilt, gilt top, uncut, by Blackwell.

Chicago, 1885

* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 64 portraits, and
A. L. S. to President Lincoln, recommending J. J. Weed of
Peoria, 111., for a government position, endorsed by Isaac W.
Arnold (the author) and Lyman Trumbull (U. S. Senator).

624. LINCOLN (ABRAHAM). Herndon's Lincoln. The
True Story of a Great Life. The History and Personal Recol-
lections of Abraham Lincoln. By "W. H. Herndon and J. "W.
Weik. Illustrations. 3 vols. 12mo, half calf.

Chicago: Belford, Clark & Co., n. d., [1889]

* GENUINE FIRST EDITION, WITHOUT DATE, AND WITH THE
PASSAGES WHICH WERE SUPPRESSED IN LATER ISSUES. A. L. S.
of W. H. Herndon inserted, in which he says: "/ and my friend
Weik are writing Lincoln up as fast as we can."

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625. LINCOLN. Abraham Lincoln. A History. By John
G. Nicolay and John Hay. Portraits and other illustrations.
10 vols. 8vo, half blue morocco, gilt, gilt tops, uncut.

N. Y. 1890

* Inserted is an A. L. S. from John G. Nicolay to President
Lincoln in regard to an applicant, dated June 1864; also an
L. S. to General Walker.

626. LINCOLN (ABRAHAM). Recollections of President
Lincoln and His Administration. By L. E. Chittenden. Por-
trait. 8vo, cloth, gilt top, uncut. N. Y. 1891

627. LINCOLN CENTENNIAL MEDAL. Presenting the
Medal of Abraham Lincoln by Jules Edouard Roine. To-
gether with Papers on the Medal : Its Origin and Symbolism
by George N. Olcott and the Lincoln Centennial Commemora-
tion by Richard Loyd Jones. 12mo, cloth, gilt edges, with the
Bronze Medal set in card-board mount. N. Y. 1908

28. LINCOLN (ABRAHAM). Abraham Lincoln, and
other Addresses in England. By Joseph H. Choate. Portrait.
l?mo, cloth, gilt top, uncut. N. Y. 1910

* Presentation inscription by the Author.

629. LINCOLN AND MEN OF WAR TIMES (McClure),
Signature of author inserted. Phila. 1892; Political Debates
between Lincoln and Douglas. Columbus, 1860; Lincoln and
Stanton (Kelley), N. Y. 1885 : Together 3 vols. 8vo and 12mo,
cloth.

630. LINCOLN IN THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE (Bates),
L. S. of author inserted, N. Y. 1907 ; Abraham Lincoln : his
Book (Davis), N. Y. 1901; My Diary North and South (Rus-
sell), N. Y. 1863; and others. Together 5 vols., various sizes
and bindings.

631. LITERARY HISTORY OF AMERICA (Wendell),
Lond. 1901; Reviews and Critical Essays (Pearson), Lond.
1896; Books in the House (Pollard), Lond. 1907; Makers of
Literature (Woodbury), Lond. 1901. Together 4 vols. 8vo
and 12mo, cloth.

632. LIVERMORE (REV. S. T.). A condensed History
of Cooperstown, with a Biographical Sketch of J. Fenimore
Cooper. 12mo, cloth. Albany, 1862

* One of a limited number (600 copies) printed. With a
1-page A. L. S. of the author, April 28, 1866, referring to the
above work: "Its sale was rapid, containing, as it does, a
sketch of the Cooper family, and the most extensive biography
of Fenimore C. yet published."

633. LIVES of Eminent British Statesmen. 7 vols.; Lives
of the most Eminent Foreign Statesmen. 5 vols. ; Lives of
the most eminent British Military Commanders. 3 vols. En-
graved titles. Together 15 vols. 16mo, cloth, uncut.

Lond., n. d.
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634. LIVES OF THE GOVERNORS OF NEW YORK
{Jenkins), Auburn, 1851; Pictorial History of the State of
New York (Barber), Cooperstown, 1846, and others. To-
gether 4 vols. 8vo and 12mo, various bindings.

635. LIVINGSTON (EDWARD). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to. N.
Y. May 1, 1809. To Commodore Porter, on improvements at
New Orleans.

636. LIVINGSTON (EDWARD). Life of Edward Liv-
ingston. By Charles H. Hunt. With an Introduction by
Gtorge Bancroft. 2 portraits (one inserted). Royal 8vo,
half crimson levant morocco, gilt, gilt top, uncut, by Stike-
man. N. Y. 1864

* LARGE PAPER, one of 25 copies printed. With A. L. S. of
Edward Livingston.

637. LIVINGSTON (EDWIN BROCKHOLST). The
Livingstons of Livingston Manor. Portraits and cJiarts. 8vo,
cloth, gilt top, uncut. [N. Y.] 1910

* One of 250 copies.

638. LIVINGSTON (JOHN). Portraits of Eminent Ameri-
cans now Living: with Biographical and Historical Memoirs
of their Lives and Actions. Numerous portraits. 2 vols. 8vo,
morocco, gilt, gilt edges (slightly rubbed, blank stamp on
titles, some plates stained). N. Y. 1853

639. LIVINGSTON (ROBERT R.). A Biographical
Sketch of Robert R. Livingston. Read before the N. Y. His-
torical Society, 1876, by Frederic de Peyster. Portrait. Royal
8vo, half dark green morocco, gilt top (small stain on por-
trait). .N. Y. 1876

640. LIVINGSTON (ROBERT R., First Chancellor of N.
Y.). A. L. S., 2 pp. 4to. Phila. Feb. 9, 1780. To his
brother John R. Livingston, giving him news of the progress
of the war.

* ' ' The Spaniards have possessed themselves of all the
British settlements upon the Mississippi and are probably by
this time in possession of St. Augustine or Pensecola, or both,"
etc.

641. LOCKWOOD (MARY S.). Historic Homes in Wash-
ington; its Noted Men and Women. Illustrated. 4to, half
brown morocco, gilt top, uncut. N. Y. [1889]

* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 113 fine portraits
and engravings and 17 autograph letters, documents, etc.
Among the letters is one from Geo. W. Parke Custis, the
author, 1843; envelope signed by "Dolly Madison"; D. S. of
President Chester A. Arthur; D. S. by George Bancroft, as
Secretary of Navy.; A. L. S. Lord Lyons, British Minister to
the United States during the Civil War; D. S. Salmon P.
Chase, Sect. Treasury; etc.

642. LODGE (EDMUND). Portrait and Memoirs of the
most Illustrious Personages of the British History. Xumer-
ouft steel engraved portraits. 40 vols. royal 8vo, original
wrappers. Lond. 1837-40

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643. LOMAS (JOHN). Trials and Speeches Reported by
John Lomas, including the Divorce Case of Wallack vs.
"Wallack; Bowden vs. Gifford for Slander; Speech of Daniel
Webster at the Great Whig Jubilee, Apr. 15, 1834; Trial
for, Seduction of Silas E. Burrows, etc. 8vo, half cloth and
boards. N. Y. 1833-4

644. LONGFELLOW (HENRY WADSWORTH). Mis-
cellaneous Poems, selected chiefly from the United States Lit-
erary Gazette. FIRST EDITION. Vignette on title. 12mo, orig-
inal boards, totally uncut, and with the paper label.

Boat. 1826

* UNUSUALLY FINE COPY OF THIS RARE VOLUME. . Of the 14
Poems by Longfellow, only 5 were retained and published in
' ' Voices of the Night, ' ' and later editions of his works.
Poems by Bryant are also included in the volume.

From the Arnold collection, with book-label. Preserved in
blue levant morocco case. Contemporary notes on 2 pp. signed
Caroline Eliza Harrod.

645. LONGFELLOW (HENRY WADSWORTH, Trans-
lator). The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri. 3 vols. 4to,
half red morocco, gilt tops. Bost. 1869-67

646 LONGFELLOW (HENRY WADSWORTH). A.
L. S., 4 pp. 12mo, inlaid to 4to, Cambridge, Nov. 23, 1871.
With a signed portrait by Hollyer.

* Fine letter to Bayard Taylor. ' ' By today 's post I send
you the Interludes and Finale, connecting and completing the
whole work; presuming that Osgood told you something of
my plan, and that this new feoofc is only the First Part of a
work, of which the Golden Legend and the New England
Tragedies are the Second and Third; and which, when the
three parts are published together, is to be entitled 'Christus.'
This is a very old design of mine, formed before the Legend
was written," etc.

647. LONGFELLOW (H. W.). Life of Henry Wadsworth
Longfellow ; with Extracts from his Journals and Correspond-
ence. Edited by Samuel Longfellow. Portraits, illustrations
and facsimiles. 2 vols. 8vo, half levant morocco, gilt, gilt
tops, uncut, by Blackwell. Bost. 1886

* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 12 AUTOGRAPH
LETTERS and 68 additional portraits and plates, of Longfel-
low, his friends and contemporaries.

Comprises the following autograph letters: H. W. Long-
fellow, A. L. S. (with initials), 1870, mentions Sumner, Agas-
siz, Swinburne and Cogswell, referring to Bankings book, as
"choice and scholarly, but I cannot quite malce out how much
is his;" George Ticknor, A. L. S. ; Orville Dewey, Unitarian
Minister, A. L. S., 1862, referring to the War; A. Gray, cele-
brated botanist, A. L. S. to Mrs. James, referring to botani-
cal subjects; A. Guyot, A. L. S.' to Dr. Gray, introducing
Prof. Greene; also A. L's. S. by Francis Bowen, N. P. Willis,
Sir Henry L. Bulwer (British Minister to America) ; Thomas
Corwin, Daniel Webster, George Bancroft and G. W. Curtis.

648. LONGFELLOW (HENRY WADSWORTH). The
Writings of Longfellow, with Biographical and Critical Notes.

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Portrait. 11 vols. 8vo, half cloth and boards, uncut. (2 vols.
slightly stained). Cambridge: Riverside Press, 1886

* The Large Paper Edition, limited to 500 copies. WITH
AN A. L. S. OP LONGFELLOW, 4 pp. 12mo, May 19, 1849, to his
publisher, concerning "Kavanagh"; and an original bill,
signed by Jno. Haven Bedon, Commander, dated March 16, 1756,
said to have been in payment for guarding the Arcadians.

649. LONGFELLOW (STEPHEN, M. C. from Maine and
father of Henry W., the poet). A. L. S., 3 pp. 4to. Wash.
Jan. 9, 1825. To Benj. Vaughan, concerning observatories.

650. LONG ISLAND. Wood (Silas). A Sketch of the
First Settlement of the Several Towns on Long-Island, with
their Political Condition to the End of the American Revolu-
tion. With a Biographical Memoir and Additions by Alden
J. Spooner. Portrait and photographic facsimiles. 4to, half
red morocco, gilt top (slightly stained).

Brooklyn : Printed for the Furman Club, 1865

* Large Paper Copy, edition limited to 50 copies. With pre-
sentation by the Editor.

651. LORD (THEODORE A.). A Summary of the Case
of General Fitz-John Porter. 8vo, half red morocco, gilt top.

San Fran. 1883

* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 22 portraits and
9 A. L. S. from Gen. Porter, relating to above work, to his
court-martial, and to his efforts for reinstatement in the army.
These letters give an interesting side-light into the political
efforts for Gen. Porter's reinstatement, which was finally ac-
complished through a purely party vote.

652. LOSSING (BENSON J.). Mount Vernon and its
Association, Historical, Biographical, and Pictorial. Por-
traits and numerous illustrations. Square 8vo, cloth.

N. Y. 1859

653. LOSSING (BENSON J.). The Pictorial Field-Book
of the Revolution. Colored frontispiece and numerous illus-
trations. 2 vols. roval 8vo, cloth (worn and backs broken).

N. Y. 1859

654. LOSSING (BENSON J.). The Pictorial Field-Book
of the Revolution. 2 vols. N. Y. I860; Pictorial Field-Book
of the War of 1812. N. Y. 1868 ; Pictorial Field-Book of the
Civil War. 3 vols. Hartford, 1876-77. Together 6 vols. Pro-
fusely illustrated from sketches, mainly by the author. Royal
8vo, half blue calf, gilt backs. N. Y. and Hartford, 1860-77

* Three A. L. S. of the Author inserted.

655. LOSSING (BENSON J.). The Home of Washing-
ton and its Associations, Historical, Biographical and Pic-
torial. New Edition, Revised, with Additions. Illustrated.
5 vols. imperial 8vo, brown levant morocco, gilt backs and
sides, gilt tops. N. Y. 1865

* One of 100 copies on LARGE PAPER. EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED and
extended from one to five thick volumes by the insertion of 679
portraits and views, selected with the greatest care and care-
fully inlaid when necessary. Probably no other book could

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afford the opportunity for extra-illustrating that this does, and
a glance through its pages will impress one with the fact that
the collector has exhausted the subject. There are nearly 100
different portraits of Washington, and portraits of his Generals,
the Signers of the Declaration of Independence, members of
the Continental Congress, Eevolutionary statesmen, leading
women of the Eepublic, interesting views, etc. Many are proofs
on India paper and some are colored. Among the artists rep-
resented by proof portraits are Hall, Edwin, Buttre, Durand,
Longacre, etc.

656. DOSSING (BENSON J.). The Home of Washing-
ton and its Associations, Historical, Biographical, and Pic-
torial. Numerous woodcuts. Extra-illustrated by the inser-
tion of 51 fine portraits and engravings, many proofs on
India or China paper. 8vo, brown polished morocco, gilt,
gilt top. N. Y. 1866

657. LOSSING (BENSON J.). The Empire State: a
Compendious History of the Commonwealth of New York.
Profusely illustrated. Royal 8vo, cloth. N. Y. 1887

658. LOST CAUSE (Pollard), N. Y. 1866; Campfire and
Battlefield. N. Y. 1894; Grant, a Sermon (Hageman), N. Y.
1889 ; and others. Together 7 vols., various sizes and
bindings.

659. LOST PRINCE (Hanson), N. Y. 1854; Historic
Doubts relative to Napoleon Buonaparte. N. Y. 1853 ; Bona-
parte's Park, and the Murats (Woodward), Trenton, 1879.
Together 3 vols. 8vo and 12mo, cloth and paper.

660. LOWELL (JAMES RUSSELL). Conversations on
some of The Old Poets. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, green levant
morocco, gilt top, uncut, by Stikeman. Cambridge, 1845

* Lowell 's first volume of prose.

661. LOWELL (JAMES R.). Impressions of Spain.
Compiled by J. B. Gilder, with Introduction by A. A. Adee.
FIRST EDITION. Portrait. 8vo, half vellum, gilt top, uncut.

Bost. 1899

662. LOWELL (JAMES RUSSELL). Letters. Edited
by Charles Eliot Norton. Portraits. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth, gilt
tops, uncut. N. Y. 1894

* Inserted is an A. L. S. of James Eussell Lowell to Charles
Eliot Norton. 3 pp. 12mo, Dec. 23, 1885, concerning the work
of the "Committee for raising a fund- for the Am. School of
Classical Studies at Athens."

663. LOWELL (JAMES RUSSELL). The Writings of
Lowell, including Old English Dramatists and Latest Liter-
ary Essays and Addresses. Portraits on India paper. 12
vols. royal 8vo, boards, cloth backs, uncut.

Cambridge : Riverside Press, 1890-92

* LARGE PAPER, limited to 300 copies. Inserted is an inter-
esting 4-page LITERARY A. L. S. of J. R. LOWELL to Mr. Tay-
lor, dated Elmwood, May 9, 1869, referring to one of his
volumes of poetry: "And so I am glad to "have any one whose
opinion I value say anything good about my volume .... most
of the poems were old .... the greater part of the June Idyll,
even, was written so long ago as 1850 .... And now I "have



to thank you for your new book of travels ... 7 have had the
pleasure of looking at many strange things through your eyes.
'The Little Land of Appensell is on the whole my favorite,"
etc. Inserted also are 2 autograph signatures of Lowell.

664. LOWELL (JAMES RUSSELL). James Russell
Lowell and his Friends. By Edward Everett Hale. Por-
traits, facsimiles, and other illustrations. 8vo, cloth, uncut.

* A. L. S. and cut signature of Author inserted. Bost. 1899

665. LOWELL (JAMES RUSSELL). James Russell
Lowell; a Biography. By Horace Elisha Scudder. Por-
traits. 2 vols. 8vo, half cloth and boards, uncut.

Cambridge, 1901

* One of 350 copies on Large Paper, printed at the Kiver-
side Press. Check signed by James Russell Lowell laid in.

666. LOWELL (JAMES RUSSELL). Portion of the
ORIGINAL AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT of Lowell's Essay on
Spenser. 1 page, 4to. With Proof Portrait on India paper.
Both inlaid to 4to. 2 pieces.

667. LOWELL (JAMES RUSSELL). A. L. S., 2 pp.
8vo, Elmwood, Aug. 24, 1870, to Bayard Taylor. With 2
portraits. 2 inlaid to 4to. 3 pieces.

" I am glad to hear that your Faust is coming so soon.
I doubt not it will do you and us honor. The next time you
are so near, remember that it is always cool in my library. I
allow no contemporary heats to enter there."

668. LYON (MATTHEW, First printer of Kentucky). A.
L. S., 3 pp. folio, Fairhaven, Vt. July 13, 1793. Fine politi-
cal letter to Governor George Clinton of N. Y.

669. LYTLE (MILTON S.). History of Huntingdon
County, in the State of Pennsylvania. Illustrations. 8vo,
cloth. Lancaster, 1876

670. Me ARTHUR (DUNCAN, Distinguished Gen. in the
War of 1812, and Gov. of Ohio). L. S., 1 page, 4to, Chilli-
cothe, 0., Jan. 3, 1815, to Gov. T. Worthington of Ohio, re-
questing the organization of a regiment of militia to relieve



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